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  • First Friday art walk in Ashland

  • Find new exhibits by regional artists, art demonstrations, live music, wine and other refreshments at galleries and shops in Ashland's downtown and Railroad District during First Friday art walk.
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  • Find new exhibits by regional artists, art demonstrations, live music, wine and other refreshments at galleries and shops in Ashland's downtown and Railroad District during First Friday art walk. Hours will be from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 1. Art walk maps are available at the galleries and Ashland Chamber of Commerce. Visitors also will find opportunities to meet the artists.
    The following galleries are members of the Ashland Gallery Association:
    Adelante! Gallery: 130 E. Main St. 214-5877686 or
    Noted artists; paintings, sculpture, pottery and jewelry.
    ART & SOUL GALLERY: 247 E. Main St. 541-488-9006 or
    "Travels in North Wales," oil paintings by Carla Palmese, inspired by her trip through the canals of north Wales.
    ASHLAND ART CENTER: 357 E. Main St. 541-482-2772 or
    Paper art and paste paper-making demos by Candy Wooding.
    ASHLAND ART WORKS: 291 Oak St. 541-488-4735 or
    "Continuing the Journey," Raku sculpture and healing bowls by Lorene Senesac. "Smooth as Glass," ocean-influenced fused glass by Debbie Earley.
    Ashland Painters Union: 271/2; N. Main St., No. 2. 541-621-7767 or
    "A Femme Real: New Work in Threes," art in various media by Amy Godard.
    GALLERIE KARON: 500 A St. 541-482-9008.
    "The Female of the Species," the third-annual invitational for women artists in all types of media.
    Gumbo — Community Arts Experience: 280 E. Hersey St. 541-708-0788 or
    Paint, dance, drum invoke Goddesses.
    HANSON HOWARD GALLERY: 89 Oak St. 541-488-2562 or
    "A Quiet Place," landscape paintings by Jon Jay Cruson.
    HILLTOP GALLERY: 859B Mountain Meadows Drive. 541-708-5141 or
    "Squaring Off," Richard and Rochelle Newman use the square as an organization principle in their art.
    HOUSTON'S CUSTOM FRAMING AND FINE ART: 270 E. Main St. 541-482-1983 or
    Art by Sarah Waldron, Thomas M. Houston, Yuji Hiratsuka, Stephen McMillan and others.
    ILLAHE STUDIOS AND GALLERY: 215 Fourth St. 541-488-5072 or
    Tenth-annual sculpture invitational featuring sculpture artists Annabel Allen, Penelope Dews, Holly Kilpatrick, Laurie Brown, Sue Springer and Cheryl Williams.
    NIMBUS: 25 E. Main St. 541-482-3621 or
    Hyper-realistic watercolor paintings of wine country scenes by Eric Christensen will be displayed.
    Photos by member photographers for a 2015 calendar benefitting the Maslow Project.
    PUSH ART GALLERY: 274 Fourth St., Suite 1. 360-393-2145 or
    Abstract and contemporary art including sculpture, photography and paper media.
    SCHNEIDER MUSEUM OF ART: 1250 Siskiyou Blvd. 541-552-6245 or
    "An Artists Journey," figurative paintings and collages by Royal Nebeker. Colorful screenprints by Andy Warhol also will be displayed.
    THOMAS LEE GALLERY: 20 S. First St. 541-482-1135 or
    Photorealistic oil pop art paintings by Doug Bloodworth.
    Associate members of the Ashland Gallery Association include:
    BELLE FIORE ESTATE & WINERY: 955 Dead Indian Memorial Road. 541-488-9765.
    Figurative paintings by Andy DeWeerdt.
    CREEKSIDE PIZZA BISTRO: 92 N. Main St. 541-482-4131 or
    "Creeks at Creekside," oil paintings by D. Zeno Thanes.
    ENOTECA BY EDENVALE: 17 N. Main St. 541-482-3377 or
    "The Spoken Image," mixed-media paintings by Anna Elkins that combine images and words.
    FAMILY MASSAGE EDUCATION CENTER: 1081 E. Main St. 541-482-3567 or
    Pen, ink and watercolor drawings by Carolee Buck.
    HANNON LIBRARY: 1250 Siskiyou Blvd. (on the Southern Oregon University campus). 541-552-6816 or
    Student art from Southern Oregon University's seventh-annual Southern Oregon Arts & Research conference.
    HILL STATION: 287 Fourth St.
    "Holocene," oil paintings by Jennifer Cannon.
    LINDY KEHOE GALLERY: 296 E. Main St. (inside Hemporium). Call 541-482-3350.
    Paintings and illustrations by Lindy Kehoe.
    LIQUID ASSETS WINE BAR: 96 N. Main St. 541-482-9463 or
    "The Nature of Things," a new series of paintings by Pegi Smith.
    PELTON HOUSE: 228 B St. 541-488-7003 or
    Wildlife photography by Dan Elster.
    Salame Restaurant: 47 N. Main St., Ashland. 541-708-5881 or
    WATERSTONE SALON: 14 S. First St. 541-488-3700 or
    "Clusters," oil paintings by Mabrie Ormes.
    WEISINGER Family Winery: 3150 Siskiyou Blvd. 541-488-5989 or
    Relief prints of undergrowth by Sabrina Markowitz.
    Working studio members:
    BACKROADS STUDIO: 9647 Wagner Creek Road, Talent. 541-535-6114 or
    Sculptures and marble, stonecut prints by Harriet Greene, and illustrations and a new series of ocean photography by Martin Goldman.
    GATHERING GLASS STUDIO: 322 N. Pioneer St. 541-488-4738 or
    Glassworks and demonstrations by Keith Gabor, Scott Carlson and Jeff Addicott.
    JEGA GALLERY AND SCULPTURE GARDEN: 625 A St. 541-488-2474 or
    Sculptures, paintings and multimedia art by regional and international artists.
    STUDIO A.B.: 621 A St. 541-482-2253, or
    Digital works by Bruce Bayard, and drawings by Ann DiSalvo.
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